"Visit the Barnes and you will be struck by the oddity of its hang. Paintings sit in tight rectangles or 'ensembles', perhaps five wide and three deep. These are arranged by size, form and colour – 'rhythm' was the favoured word – rather than period or artist. A Cézanne with a road receding to the right may form one corner of an ensemble, a van Gogh with a road receding to the left another. Interspersed will be Pennsylvania Dutch ironmongery or carved spoons."